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Author:
Czeslaw Tubilewicz
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978-0415395847
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Routledge; 1 edition (October 30, 2006)
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Muddling Authoritarianism, Czeslaw Tubilewicz. 2. The Chinese Communist Party’s Evolution, Kerry Brown. Czeslaw Tubilewicz is a senior lecturer at the School of History and Politics, University of Adelaide, Australia. Politics & International Relations. 3. Military Transformation, You Ji. 4. Legal Reforms, Xiong Ping and Philip Griffith.

Critical Issues in Contemporary China: Unity, Stability and Development comprehensively examines key problems crucial to understanding modern-day China. Organized around three interrelated themes of unity, stability and development, each chapter explores distinct issues and debate their significance for China domestically and for Beijing's engagement with the wider world.

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Stability, development and unity in contemporary China, Czeslaw Tubilewicz Critical developments in Chinese politics, Ng Ka Po Privatisation/ Bennis So Wai Yip Uneven economic development, Wang Shaoguang China's environmental problems, Richard Louis Edmonds Population change and food security in China, Robert Fairbanks Ash Ethnic minorities, Colin Mackerras Critical social issues, Colin Mackerras Cross-strait relations and China's reunification prospects, Czeslaw Tubilewicz.

Stability, Development and Unity in Contemporary China Czeslaw Tubilewicz 2. Critical Developments in Chinese Politics Ng Ka Po 3. Privatisation in China Bennis So Wai Yip 4. Uneven Economic Development Wang Shaoguang 5. China's Environmental Problems Richard Edmonds 6. Population Change and Food Security in China Robert Ash 7. Ethnic Minorities Colin Mackerras 8. Critical Social Issues Colin Mackerras 9. Cross-Strait Relations and China's Reunification Prospects Czeslaw Tubilewicz.

Zhang, Yingjin (2002) Screening China: Critical Interventions, Cinematic Reconstructions, and the Transnational Imaginary in Contemporary Chinese Cinema. Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan. Appendix ESSAY CRITERIA INFORMATION STUDENT NAME: ASSIGNMENT GRADE: (1) Sections left blank are not relevant to this assignment. 2) Some aspects are more important than others there is no formula connecting the number of ticks in different boxes with a mark (3) Ticks in the left hand box indicate areas of strength in the assignment

Organized around three inter-related themes of unity, stability and development, chapters explore distinct issues and debate their significance for domestic China and Beijing's engagement with the wider world.

Organized around three inter-related themes of unity, stability and development, chapters explore distinct issues and debate their significance for domestic China and Beijing's engagement with the wider world. While presenting contending explanatory approaches, contributors advance arguments to further critical discussion on selected topics.

This informative and up-to-date text takes a multidisciplinary approach in examining contemporary China. It provides students with a comprehensive analysis of a number of the social, political and economic problemsthat China faces as it enters the twenty-first century. The chapters cover key issues including:

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Critical Issues in Contemporary China reflects the many recent reforms in China and will equip the undergraduate with the analytical skills they need to study the critical issues surrounding China from contending perspectives.